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Unfair Dismissal
A recent appeal case shows that the range of reasonable responses test really does have some teeth after all.
UK
15 Aug 2012
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Social Media And The Workplace
In the recent case of Whitham v Club 24 T/A Ventura ET/18/0462/10
UK
31 May 2012
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Employment Rights - New Compensation Limits And Increase In Qualifying Period For Unfair Dismissal
The annual Employment Rights (Increase of Limits) Order 2011 has been published.
UK
16 May 2012
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Avoiding Impulsive Suspensions
Employers need procedures to prevent potentially damaging "knee-jerk reactions" to allegations of wrong-doing
UK
16 May 2012
5
New Limits For Parental Payments And Sick Pay Come Into Force In April 2012
The Department for Work and Pensions has published the schedule of proposed benefit rates, to be in place from the week commencing 9 April 2012:
UK
12 Jan 2012
6
New Compensation Limits And Increase In Qualifying Period For Unfair Dismissal
The annual Employment Rights (Increase of Limits) Order 2011 has been published. The changes set out below will apply where the effective date of termination of employment falls on or after 1 February 2012:
UK
12 Jan 2012
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Disability - When Is A Reasonable Adjustment Unreasonable?
Smith was an occupational therapist on long-term sick leave with chronic fatigue syndrome.
UK
21 Oct 2011
8
Social Media And The Workplace
In the recent case of Whitham v Club 24 T/A Ventura ET/18/0462/10 ("Whitham v Club 24"), the Employment Tribunal considered whether the dismissal of an employee who had made derogatory comments on Facebook was unfair.
UK
17 Oct 2011
9
Government To Make Important Changes In Employment Law
Unfair dismissal qualifying period of service to increase to two years.
UK
10 Oct 2011
10
Does LinkedIn Compromise Confidentiality?
It remains to be seen how far the law can protect employers’ business interests from exploitation by ex-employees using social media.
UK
14 Sep 2011
11
Employment Status
The Supreme Court considers whether express contractual provisions in a consultancy agreement reflected genuine self-employment, and concludes that they did not.
UK
23 Aug 2011
12
Redundancy And Alternative Employment
The EAT considers the tricky issue of redundant employees’ refusal of suitable alternative employment.
UK
17 Aug 2011
13
Blaming The Referee
Two recent cases demonstrate that providing a reference, or refusing to, can have legal consequences
UK
26 May 2011
14
How Far Should Maternity Protection Stretch?
A recent EAT case demonstrates that employers can go too far when trying to compensate for disadvantage suffered by women on maternity leave during a redundancy selection process.
UK
12 May 2011
15
Compromise Agreements And Termination Payments
HMRC has issued instructions for correct PAYE coding to come into effect from 6 April 2011 for taxing termination payments.
UK
14 Mar 2011
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Last Orders - Pub That Wanted To Be Less Gay
The Employment Appeal Tribunal ruled that Realpubs Limited went too far in trying to re-position London's first gay pub as a gastropub catering for a wider clientele.
UK
10 Mar 2011
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The Ongoing Tension Between The Rescue Culture And The Protection Of Employee Rights
The EAT drew a distinction between liquidation, where the aim was to dispose of the undertaking and/or its assets, and administration, which has the primary purpose of achieving the continuation of the undertaking in the same hands (i.e. rescuing the company as a going concern).
UK
4 Mar 2011
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Payment of Pension Fund Contributions by Single Tax Payers
On 8 July 2010, the Ukrainian Parliament passed the law "On Amending the Legislative Acts of Ukraine, "On the State Budget for 2010"; and, "On Mandatory State Pension Security".
Ukraine
22 Sep 2010
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Pension Fund Contributions for Foreigners Employed by Representative Offices of Non-residents in Ukraine
On 18 March 2010, the Ukrainian Pension Fund issued Letter No. 4460/03-20 on pension contributions for foreigners employed by representative offices of non-residents in Ukraine.
Ukraine
22 Sep 2010
20
Legal News In The Czech Republic
Upon fulfillment of certain conditions, it is possible to employ foreigners in the Czech Republic.
Czech Republic
28 Aug 2009
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